The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in the UK this week for a number of royal engagements, the first of which involved Meghan giving a speech at the One Young World Summit in Manchester. For the occasion, the royal pulled out all the stops, wearing a top-to-toe red tailored ensemble.
The look comprised of a red silk blouse with an attached scarf, which Meghan wore loose around her neck, and a pair of matching, wide-legged, tailored trousers. She added a pair of red shoes and wore her hair in a sleek ponytail.
The ensemble is from sustainable label Another Tomorrow, a brand which prides itself on creating collections with responsibly grown and ethically manufactured materials, in timeless styles.
Embracing eco-friendly fashion is something which the duchess has voiced support of with her outfit choices many times over the years, often championing brands which are known for their sustainability credentials.
This outfit is also very typical of Meghan's style, who has made a habit of wearing wide-legged trousers, often choosing the silhouette for both day and eveningwear, and making the flattering style a key part of her uniform.
Recently, the duchess wore a pair of wide-legged trousers as part of a white Valentino suit for the Invictus Games, which took place at The Hague in the spring, while she wore a black tailored pair for an engagement in New York, and a striped, linen pair for daughter Lilibet's first birthday party during the jubilee weekend.
Harry and Meghan will be making a number of other engagements this week. The couple are heading to Germany for an event regarding the Invictus Games, and will then return to London for the Well Child Awards on Thursday, so we can expect to see much more of the royal, and her wardrobe, in the coming days.
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